Angular Acceleration

Angular Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration

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ROTATIONAL MOTION LECTURE SOFTWARE Rotational Motion is a software based lecture aid covering the following: the definition of radians and the conversion to degrees, the derivation and definition of angular velocity and angular acceleration, and the similarity of the linear and rotation motion equations. The lecture screens are set up in a step by step fashion and there are a number of simulations to help illustrate the fact that many of the variables are related.

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"Angular Acceleration" completed | by Mosaicwench

angular acceleration

Angular Acceleration Lab ChemThink Tutorials with quizzes

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Comparison of the effects of inertia on (from back to front) a hollow spherical shell (red), a solid ball (orange), a ring (green), & a solid cylinder (blue). "An object's moment of inertia determines how much it resists rotational motion. In this simulation, four objects are placed on a ramp and left to roll without slipping. Starting from rest, each will experience an angular acceleration based on their moment of inertia." Caption from link. Click through for animation

Downhill Race Galileo demonstrated that all objects will fall at the same rate (with the same acceleration) regardless of their weight. Downhill Racer demonstrates that not all round objects roll at the same rate, even if their weights are identical. The rate of acceleration of a rolling object (angular acceleration) depends not only on its mass, but on how that mass is distributed. This exhibit allows visitors to try rings, disks, edge and center-weighted disks on a smooth, gentle slope.